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1 Terms and Conditions for the University s Bursaries and Scholarships Home/EU Students Academic Year 2015/16 1

2 Contents Page Introduction and Objectives 3 General Terms and Conditions 4 Access Bursaries 2015/16 Entrants /15 Entrants /14 Entrants /13 Entrants 8 Excellence Scholarships 10 Lincoln Graduate Scholarship 11 Lincoln Engineering Scholarship 13 Lincoln Alumni Scholarship 14 Lincoln Masters Scholarship 15 Lincoln MBA Scholarship 15 The Earl of Yarborough Scholarship for Chemistry 16 Bursaries and scholarships where eligibility is not entry-year specific 17 Glossary 19 Appendix 1: Alumni Scholarship Eligible Progression Routes 20 2

3 Introduction The University of Lincoln Bursary and Scholarship Schemes have been established to provide additional financial support, above that provided from Government, to encourage participation in Higher Education by students from disadvantaged backgrounds and to promote postgraduate study. For eligible students, payments from the schemes are nonrepayable and, depending on the particular scheme, take the form of either a direct payment to the student or credit against student tuition fee accounts. Objectives: - To support the University of Lincoln Access Agreement 2015, approved by the Office of Fair Access (OFFA). (University of Lincoln Support Package, University of Lincoln Student Bursary, & University of Lincoln Access Bursary). - To encourage progression of University of Lincoln students from Undergraduate to Postgraduate study (University of Lincoln Alumni Masters and University of Lincoln Alumni Research Scholarships) - To encourage recruitment of Upper Second Class honours and above standard degree honours students to Postgraduate study (University of Lincoln Masters and University of Lincoln Research Scholarships) - To encourage and promote Sporting excellence within the University (University of Lincoln Sports Bursary) - To encourage students formerly in local authority care to enrol and study at the University (University of Lincoln Blackburn Bursary) - To reinforce partnerships, Siemens will offer sponsorship to University of Lincoln full time students in (Engineering Bursary). - To recognise and rewards students with the best entry tariff points achieved in one sitting and enrolling in Excellence Scholarship). - To recognise and reward exceptional academic talent and contribution to community, students applying in (The Vice Chancellor s Scholarship). 3

4 General Terms and Conditions applying to all Bursaries and Scholarships Debt 1.1 Bursaries and Scholarships will only be paid to students whose enrolment for the relevant academic year has been formally recorded on the University Student Information System. 1.2 With the exception of the University of Lincoln Undergraduate Bursary, students repeating a year or part of a year will not be eligible for any Bursary or Scholarship payment during that academic year 1.3 The University reserves the right to seek repayment of any Bursary or Scholarship payment made in error and/or in excess of the eligible amount 1.4 Bursaries and Scholarships (or, where applicable, part there-of) will only be paid to students who are enrolled on the University s student information system at each applicable eligibility checkpoint in the academic year. 1.5 The University of Lincoln Bursaries & Scholarships are not valid in conjunction with each other, with the exception of Excellence Scholarship, VC s Scholarship, Blackburn Bursary, Sports Bursary and Siemens Engineering Bursaries. 2.1 Bursaries and Scholarships will only be applicable to students who have paid for their tuition fees for the relevant academic year in full (including through a Student Loan from Student Finance England), or have made satisfactory payment arrangements with the University s Finance office. 2.2 Bursaries and Scholarships will not be applicable where a student has breached the terms of his/her tuition fee payment agreement or where a student has an outstanding academic fee debt to the University. 3.0 Bank Accounts 3.1 Where Bursary or Scholarship eligibility involves payment to the student, monies will be paid directly into a nominated bank account, as advised by the student. 3.2 Students are responsible for maintaining up to date bank details with both the University and the Student Loans Company (SLC). 3.3 Bursaries and Scholarships may be paid into nominated bank accounts in instalments. 3.4 Where bank details have not been received/are inaccurate, and the University has taken reasonable steps to retrieve updated information from the relevant student, the University reserves the right to rescind that student s eligibility to a bursary and/or scholarship award for the relevant academic year. 4.0 Higher Education Bursaries and Scholarships System (HEBSS) 4.1 Where a Bursary payment is administered by the Student Loans Company (SLC) on behalf of the University, payment will not be made to those students who have opted not to give their consent, via the student finance 4

5 application, for the SLC to share information with the University. 4.2 The University is not responsible for the delayed payment of a Bursary where the incorrect tuition fee has been quoted on the funding application form or where evidence provided by the student in respect of his/her financial support application has not been verified by the SLC. 5.0 Timescales/Deadlines 5.1 The cut-off date for unpaid/unclaimed Bursaries and Scholarships will be 30 th September After this date, save for the case of exceptional circumstances,* student eligibility for a Bursary and/or Scholarship for the academic year 2015/16 will be rescinded. 6.0 Disclaimers 6.1 Information regarding the University s Bursaries and Scholarships published outside of this document, both internally and externally, is intended as informative only and does not necessarily represent the position of the University. 6.2 This document should be referred to by staff and students as the definitive source of information in respect of University of Lincoln Home/EU student Bursary and Scholarship provision. *Exceptional circumstance claims must be made in writing by the student to the Principal Officer, Student Administration, explaining the circumstance which has led to the student failing to carry out the required action that has prevented the University/SLC from calculating and/or paying the Bursary/Scholarship. 5

6 Access Bursaries 15/16 Entrants University of Lincoln Student Support Package The University of Lincoln Student Bursary of 700 is for level 1, 2, 3 and 4 students that commenced their studies for the first time in 2015/16, paying the tuition fee rate of 9,000 and in receipt of a full maintenance grant. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2015/16 2. Student is in receipt of the full Maintenance Grant and has a household income of less than 25, Student is on level 1, 2, 3 or 4 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 4. Student has up to date nominated bank details registered with Student Finance England/Student Loans Company 5. Student is enrolled with the University of Lincoln at each eligibility point in the academic year. The University of Lincoln Student bursary is to the value of 700 and will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account, in three instalments ( 231, 231 and 238 respectively). Exceptions Students should be aware that any change of circumstance, personal or study-related, may lead to reassessment by SLC and subsequent change in eligibility of the University of Lincoln Support Package. Access Bursary The University of Lincoln Access Bursary of 500 is for students commencing their studies for the first time in 2015/16, paying the tuition fee rate of 9,000 and in receipt of a partial maintenance grant. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2015/16 2. Student is in receipt of a partial Maintenance Grant and has a household income between 25,000-40, Student is on level 1, 2, 3 or 4 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 4. Student has up to date nominated bank details registered with Student Finance England/Student Loans Company 5. Student is enrolled with the University of Lincoln at each eligibility point in the academic year detailed below. The University of Lincoln Access bursary of 500 will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account, in three instalments ( and 170 respectively). Exceptions Students should be aware that any change of circumstance, personal or study-related, may lead to reassessment by SLC and subsequent change in eligibility of the University of Lincoln Support Package. 6

7 2013/14 and 2014/15 Entrants University of Lincoln Student Support Package The University of Lincoln Student Bursary of 700 is for level 2, 3 and 4 students that commenced their studies for the first time in 2014/15, paying the tuition fee rate of 9,000 and in receipt of a full maintenance grant. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2014/15 2. Student is in receipt of the full Maintenance Grant and has a household income of less than 25, Student is on level 2, 3 or 4 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time. 4. Student has up to date nominated bank details registered with Student Finance England/Student Loans Company 5. Student is enrolled with the University of Lincoln at each eligibility point in the academic year. The University of Lincoln Student bursary is to the value of 700 and will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account, in three instalments ( 231, 231 and 238 respectively). Exceptions Students should be aware that any change of circumstance, personal or study-related, may lead to reassessment by SLC and subsequent change in eligibility of the University of Lincoln Support Package. Access Bursary The University of Lincoln Access Bursary of 450 is for students commencing their studies for the first time in 2014/15, paying the tuition fee rate of 9,000 and in receipt of a partial maintenance grant. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2014/15 2. Student is in receipt of a partial Maintenance Grant and has a household income between 25,000-40, Student is on level 2, 3 or 4 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 4. Student has up to date nominated bank details registered with Student Finance England/Student Loans Company 5. Student is enrolled with the University of Lincoln at each eligibility point in the academic year detailed below. The University of Lincoln Access bursary of 450 will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account, in three instalments ( , and 153 respectively). Exceptions: Students should be aware that any change of circumstance, personal or study-related, may lead to reassessment by SLC and subsequent change in eligibility of the University of Lincoln Support Package. 7

8 2012/13 Entrants University of Lincoln Young Student Bursary The University of Lincoln Young Student Bursary of 700 is for level 2, 3 and 4 students that commenced their studies for the first time in 2012/13, paying the tuition fee rate of 9,000 and in receipt of a full maintenance grant. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2012/13 2. Student aged under 21 at 30 September Student is in receipt of the full Maintenance Grant and has a household income of less than 25, Student is on level 2, 3 or 4 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 5. Student has up to date nominated bank details registered with Student Finance England/Student Loans Company 6. Student is enrolled with the University of Lincoln at each eligibility point in the academic year. The University of Lincoln Young Student bursary is to the value of 700 and will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account, in three instalments ( 231, 231 and 238 respectively). Exceptions Students should be aware that any change of circumstance, personal or study-related, may lead to reassessment by SLC and subsequent change in eligibility of the University of Lincoln Support Package. University of Lincoln Mature Student Bursary The University of Lincoln Mature Student Bursary of 900 is for level 2, 3 and 4 students that commenced their studies for the first time in 2012/13, paying the tuition fee rate of 9,000 and in receipt of a full maintenance grant. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2012/13 2. Student aged 21 or over at 30 September Student is in receipt of the full Maintenance Grant and has a household income of less than 25, Student is on level 2, 3 or 4 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 5. Student has up to date nominated bank details registered with Student Finance England/Student Loans Company 6. Student is enrolled with the University of Lincoln at each eligibility point in the academic year The University of Lincoln Mature Student bursary is to the value of 900 and will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account, in three instalments ( 297, 297 and 306 respectively). Exceptions Students should be aware that any change of circumstance, personal or study-related, may lead to reassessment by SLC and subsequent change in eligibility of the University of Lincoln Support Package. 8

9 Access Bursary The University of Lincoln Access Bursary of 450 is for students commencing their studies for the first time in 2012/13, paying the tuition fee rate of 9,000 and in receipt of a partial maintenance grant. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2012/13 2. Student is in receipt of a partial Maintenance Grant and has a household income between 30,000-40, Student is on level 2, 3 or 4 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 4. Student has up to date nominated bank details registered with Student Finance England/Student Loans Company 5. Student is enrolled with the University of Lincoln at each eligibility point in the academic year detailed below. The University of Lincoln Access bursary of 450 will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account, in three instalments ( , and 153 respectively). Exceptions Students should be aware that any change of circumstance, personal or study-related, may lead to reassessment by SLC and subsequent change in eligibility of the University of Lincoln Support Package. Higher Access Bursary The University of Lincoln Access Bursary of 600 is for students commencing their studies for the first time in 2012/13, paying the tuition fee rate of 9,000 and in receipt of a partial maintenance grant. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2012/13 2. Student is in receipt of a partial Maintenance Grant and has a household income between 25,000-30, Student is on level 2, 3 or 4 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 4. Student has up to date nominated bank details registered with Student Finance England/Student Loans Company 5. Student is enrolled with the University of Lincoln at each eligibility point in the academic year detailed below. The University of Lincoln Access bursary of 600 will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account, in three instalments ( 198, 198 and 204 respectively). Exceptions Students should be aware that any change of circumstance, personal or study-related, may lead to reassessment by SLC and subsequent change in eligibility of the University of Lincoln Support Package. 9

10 Excellence Scholarship The University of Lincoln aims to recognise the achievements of the best qualified new undergraduate students through its Excellence Scholarships. This scholarship is for students commencing their studies for the first time in 2015/ Student must be a UK citizen 2. Student is on level 1 of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 3. Student must have a student status of Home on the Student Information System The students who achieve the highest total entry qualifications of all the new entrants within their academic College will be awarded a scholarship of 1,000. Awards will be made for each of the University's three colleges; College of Arts, College of Science, College of Social Science. The highest total entry qualification is defined as the highest number of UCAS tariff points gained in a single sitting from BTEC and A2 Level qualifications. Vice Chancellor s Scholarship The University of Lincoln Vice Chancellor s Scholarship is for 3000 per year for three years and is for first year students paying the full tuition fee rate of 9,000 and achieving the best qualification of all new 2015/16 entrants. 1. Student must be a UK citizen 2. Student must be in receipt of the University of Lincoln Excellence Scholarship 3. Student is on level 1of a full time undergraduate programme for the first time 4. Student must have a student status of Home on the Student Information System The recipient will be selected from the recipients of the Excellence Scholarship in 2015/16. The recipient will be selected by the Vice-Chancellor who, in the Vice-Chancellor's opinion, informed by the student s UCAS personal statement and academic reference, most clearly evidences commitment to their subject discipline and shows the most impressive personal impact on their community. The scholarship, to the value of 9000, will assist with programme costs whilst studying at the University, and will be paid directly into the student s nominated bank account. For the winner of the Vice- Chancellor s Scholarship, the following instalments shall be paid: 3,000 is paid in December ,000 is paid in December of the year in which the student is enrolled on Level 2 3,000 is paid in December of the year in which the student is enrolled on Level 3. 10

11 Lincoln Graduate Scholarship The University of Lincoln Graduate Scholarship of is for students already holding a University degree and commencing studies on an equivalent or lower qualification (ELQ) at the University of Lincoln in academic year 2015/16 paying the full tuition fee rate of 9,000. All UK or EU entrants who hold an undergraduate degree are entitled to the Lincoln Graduate Scholarship when they commence on a University of Lincoln undergraduate degree or graduate diploma degree in 2015/16 for which 9,000 tuition fees are applicable. 1. Student commenced programme in Academic Year 2015/16 2. Student is enrolled on an equivalent or lower qualification to that already held 3. Student is not enrolled on a Government Exempt programme 4. Student must have a student status of Home or EU on the Student Information System The University of Lincoln Graduate Scholarship value is determined as follows: 4,000 for students holding a first class honours degree 3,000 for students holding an upper second class honours degree 2,000 for students holding a lower second class honours degree. The scholarship is offset against tuition fee payments due for each academic year of study. Students enrolling on a Graduate Diploma are included within the ELQ category. Students in receipt of the Lincoln Graduate Scholarship are not also eligible to receive the University of Lincoln Alumni Scholarships for the same programme of study. ELQ Exempt Programmes Students enrolling on the following are exempt from the ELQ Policy: An undergraduate course (in any mode of study) which leads to a first registrable qualification with one of the following: i. General Medical Council. ii. General Dental Council. iii. Nursing and Midwifery Council. iv. Health and Care Professions Council for the professions of: chiropodist or podiatrist dietician occupational therapist orthoptist paramedic physiotherapist prosthetist or orthotist radiographer social worker speech and language therapist. v. Scottish Social Services Council. vi. Care Council for Wales. 11

12 vii. Northern Ireland Social Care Council. viii. Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. An undergraduate course (in any mode of study) for which the primary (but not necessarily the only) purpose is to improve the effectiveness of practitioners registered with one of the professional bodies listed in sub-paragraph 18e. In the case of the Health and Care Professions Council, this must additionally relate to practitioners in the professions listed in sub-paragraph 18e.iv. An undergraduate course (in any mode of study) for which the primary (but not necessarily the only) purpose is to improve the effectiveness of professionally qualified youth and community workers. A full-time course (for student support purposes) which leads towards registration with the Architects Registration Board. 12

13 Lincoln Engineering Bursary Siemens will offer a significant number of bursaries to full-time BEng and MEng Engineering students who make the University of Lincoln their 'first choice' in These generous financial packages include a payment each term to cover living costs, and the additional opportunity to take paid summer work-placements with Siemens. 1. Students is enrolled on the Student Information System on a full-time BEng or MEng University of Lincoln course for the current academic year 2. Students is paying the full tuition fee rate for the academic year 3. to the bursary has been approved by Siemens. 4. Students must complete a 12 week work placement during Summer break. 5. Registration with the IMechE whilst on placement and satisfactory completion of quarterly report 6. Attendance whilst at University must not fall below 90% per term 7. Academic work must not fall below 2:2 level 8. Students who leave voluntarily from business within 2 year period must repay Scholarship on a pro rata basis 9. Students who voluntarily choose not to accept a position on graduation must repay the scholarship. In order to be eligible for the Siemens Bursary students must first apply through UCAS, have received an offer to study at the University of Lincoln and accepted the offer as first choice. Students will then be sent an application. Students will receive a payment each term for any one level of study. The bursary will be paid directly to the student each term. 13

14 Lincoln Alumni Scholarship The Alumni Scholarship is an award for students who have previously completed study at the University of Lincoln and, via one of the eligible progression routes, wish to progress onto postgraduate taught or research study at the University of Lincoln. 1. Student has previously completed an Undergraduate degree (or equivalent qualification that leads to postgraduate study), Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma at the University of Lincoln. 2. Student has a student status of Home or EU on the Student Information System. 3. Student is enrolled on the Student Information System, via one of the identified progression routes (Appendix 1), on a University of Lincoln postgraduate taught or postgraduate research programme for the current academic year 4. Student is not enrolled on Master of Architecture or Bachelor of Architecture 5. Student commenced the Postgraduate Taught or Postgraduate Research programme in academic year 2015/16 The University of Lincoln Alumni Scholarship is calculated at 30% of the tuition fees for Postgraduate Taught programmes and 20% of the tuition fees for Postgraduate Research programmes and will be added as a credit to eligible students tuition fee accounts upon enrolment. Each Alumni Scholarship is badged according to the postgraduate area of study: - Lincoln Alumni Master of Arts Scholarship - Lincoln Alumni Master of Research Scholarship - Lincoln Alumni Master of Science Scholarship - Lincoln Alumni MBA Scholarship - Lincoln Alumni Research Scholarship Exceptions: Students in receipt of the Lincoln Graduate Scholarship or Lincoln Master of Architecture scholarship are not eligible to receive the University of Lincoln Alumni Scholarships. 14

15 Lincoln Masters Scholarship The Masters Scholarship is an award for students who have not previously completed study at the University of Lincoln and wish to enrol onto postgraduate taught study at the University of Lincoln. 1. Student has not previously completed an Undergraduate degree (or equivalent qualification that leads to postgraduate study), Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma at the University of Lincoln. 2. Student has a student status of Home or EU on the Student Information System. 3. Student holds a First or Upper Second class honours degree. 4. Student is enrolled on the Student Information System on a University of Lincoln postgraduate taught programme for the current academic year 5. Student is not enrolled on Master of Architecture, Bachelor of Architecture or MBA programme. 6. Student commenced the Postgraduate Taught programme in academic year 2015/16 The University of Lincoln Masters Scholarship is calculated at 20% of the tuition fees for Postgraduate Taught programmes and will be added as a credit to eligible students tuition fee accounts upon enrolment. Lincoln MBA Scholarship The MBA Scholarship is an award for students who have not previously completed study at the University of Lincoln and wish to enrol onto MBA study at the University of Lincoln. 1. Student has not previously completed an Undergraduate degree (or equivalent qualification that leads to postgraduate study), Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma at the University of Lincoln. 2. Student has a student status of Home or EU on the Student Information System. 3. Student holds a First class honours degree. 4. Student is enrolled on the Student Information System on a University of Lincoln postgraduate taught programme for the current academic year 5. Student is not enrolled on an MBA programme. 6. Student commenced the programme in academic year 2015/16 The University of Lincoln MBA Scholarship is calculated at 20% of the tuition fees for the programmes and will be added as a credit to eligible students tuition fee accounts upon enrolment. 15

16 The Earl of Yarborough Scholarship for Chemistry The University of Lincoln will be offering The Earl of Yarborough Scholarship for Chemistry from September The scholarship is worth 10,000 over three years, paid in instalments at the start of each academic year. It will be awarded to one student selected on the basis of their achieved tariff points at A level or equivalent. : 1. Student must be enrolled full-time on an undergraduate degree programme in the School of Chemistry on the Student Information System for the current academic year. 2. It will be awarded to one student selected on the basis of their achieved tariff points at A level or equivalent. In the case of a tie, the scholarship will be awarded on the basis of tariff points, personal statement and academic references. 16

17 Bursaries and Scholarships where eligibility is not entry year specific Lincoln Blackburn Bursary The University of Lincoln Blackburn Bursary targets those students coming to the University having previously received Local Authority care. 1. Students must be enrolled on the Student Information System on a full-time or parttime University of Lincoln Undergraduate programme for the current academic year. 2. Students must have a student status of Home on the Student Information System. 3. Students must have received Local Authority care within the five years prior to the start of the course. 4. Students must not have previously received the Blackburn Bursary for the same level of study. Additional details The Blackburn Bursary is a set amount of 1500 paid to eligible students in 2 instalments for each completed level of study. The first instalment of 500 is paid upon approval of application following enrolment. The 2 nd instalment of 1000 is paid upon successful completion of the level of the programme enrolled Students that are required to repeat a level of study will not be paid the 1000 instalment until the repeat year has been successfully passed. Students will only receive the Blackburn Bursary once for each level of the programme successfully completed. Students that transfer programmes will only receive the Blackburn Bursary once for any one level of study successfully completed. Applications for a Blackburn Bursary must be made through the Student Funding Team in the Student Support Centre 17

18 Lincoln Sports Scholarship The University of Lincoln is committed to raising the standard of University sport and a bursary scheme has been established to support athletes in their pursuit of excellence. The bursary scheme will provide access to funding, alongside sport science support from experts in their field. This will be facilitated through the University s state-of-the-art Human Performance Centre and the impressive on campus sport facilities. The bursary system intends to attract talented sport performers who will enhance the success of the University. : 1. Student must be enrolled on the Student Information System on a full-time University of Lincoln course for the current academic year. 2. Student must participate at a national or international level in a sport recognised by Sport England. 3. Student must be paying the full tuition fee rate for the academic year. 4. Student must normally participate in a sport that is recognised by Sport England and currently be performing at a National or International level, or be able to demonstrate strong evidence that they have the potential to achieve this standard 5. Student should be enthusiastically committed to representing the University of Lincoln and supporting student sport through the British University College Sport (BUCS). supporting student sport through the Students Union 6. Students must be prepared to fulfil an ambassadorial role for the University of Lincoln. 7. Student must provide a record of expenditure and a report on their performance over each academic year. : For sports people meeting the criterion there is up to 1,000 per annum. In order to be eligible for the Sports Bursary students must first apply. Applications will be assessed by a panel and successful applicants notified. 18

19 Glossary 1. SLC The Student Loans Company. A non-profitable organisation administering student Finance applications, Bursary payments and student tuition fee and maintenance loans. 2. Student Finance Application Student Finance Application form that must be completed by the student/sponsors and submitted to the relevant Funding Body. 19

20 Appendix 1: University of Lincoln Alumni Scholarship Eligible Progression Routes Course completed at UoL Undergraduate (BA, BSc, LL.B, FdSc, FdA) Graduate Certificate Graduate Diploma Course progressed to Postgraduate Taught (MA, MSc, MBA, LL.M), Postgraduate Research (MPhil/PhD) Postgraduate Taught (MA, MSc, MBA, LL.M), Postgraduate Research (MPhil/PhD) Postgraduate Taught (MA, MSc, MBA, LL.M), Postgraduate Research (MPhil/PhD) Note: Students in receipt of the Lincoln Graduate Scholarship are not eligible to receive the University of Lincoln Alumni Scholarships. 20

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